The new Erasmus+ 2021-2027 was launched last March 25 by the European Commission which adopted the first Erasmus + annual work program. The Program budget is 26.2 billion euros, compared to 14.7 billion euros for the period 2014 - 2020, to which will be added approximately 2.2 billion euros from the EU's external [...]
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The SAFETY team launches a survey on the needs analysis to understand the gap in the emergency medicine and simulation sector to renew the existing training offer and to overcome training gaps, making practitioners safer and ready to operate in real emergency conditions or collaborate with companies involved in the development of medical [...]
We have abundantly talked about simulation, skills, team working and communication, in which learners have a central key role. But who is behind? Who is the “simulation facilitator”? As published in 2015 by Simmed (Italian Society of Simulation), the simulation facilitator has aptitude for leadership and teamwork, the ability to conduct a scenario [...]
The Research can guide the Industries’ Solutions and Products’ Design, especially when the Parties have a common mission saves lives. In 2011, the study published on Pediatric1 highlighted the importance of brief bedside CPR skill retraining program in successful skill acquisition rate and how the intermittent refresh CPR training can improve CPR skill [...]
On 24 March 2021 was held the first Associated Partners meeting of SAFETY - Simulation Approach For Education and Training in emergencY, a project funded by the European Programme Erasmus + Knowledge Alliance 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, coordinated by the Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences of [...]
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has placed an unprecedented, global strain on patients, medical professionals, and institutions. This has prompted a re-think of healthcare resource utilization and spending strategy, with education being one of its most critical priorities. In the wake of a previously underestimated coronavirus outbreak, simulation, in a myriad of [...]
Nowadays the communication is arising as being of paramount importance for all the activities that human beings undertake, from private to job affairs. People indeed feel the need of being constantly connected with communities they either belong to or are far away from. This approach returns a sort of legitimacy on something that [...]
If you are a doctor, nurse, healthcare professional, simulation technician or a student and are looking for advice, information and updates in the medical field and are wondering about the impact the pandemic has had on education and training in emergency medicine and medical simulation, this article is for you! The Covid-19 pandemic [...]
If you ever asked yourself which institution does finance a project aimed at renewing the existing training offer to make practitioners ready to operate in real emergency conditions and why, you will be interested in reading this article. Let us start by saying that SAFETY is a project financed in the framework of [...]
Training is useful in acquiring and maintaining skills. While this statement is very well founded in current scientific literature, it seems rather unknown to healthcare administrative bodies. This makes developing training programmes, be it for emergencies or any other healthcare field, a two-front battle. The needs of the learners, the technical and educational [...]